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​Brough-business supports epic charity cycling challenge in more ways than one

​Brough-business supports epic charity cycling challenge in more ways than one

Press Releases   •   Jul 30, 2015 09:00 BST

David Williams - the organiser of '24hrs 2 Le Mans' continues to receive support off businesses across the UK - read his latest partnership with Strypz Vehicle Branding

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Lottie has defied everyone’s expectations to make it home in time for Christmas. We couldn’t be happier and can’t wait to introduce our greatest gift to all our friends and family.

Lottie has defied everyone’s expectations to make it home in time for Christmas. We couldn’t be happier and can’t wait to introduce our greatest gift to all our friends and family.

News   •   Dec 13, 2018 16:46 GMT

Please see the attached family story. Kim and her partner, Jamie, were terrified when they were told their unborn baby had duodenal atresia, which meant that a portion of her small intestine was closed off. Lottie needed lifesaving surgery at Sheffield Children’s Hospital just hours after birth.

Without the charity’s help, finding a way to keep our family together would’ve been incredibly hard.

Without the charity’s help, finding a way to keep our family together would’ve been incredibly hard.

News   •   Dec 13, 2018 11:49 GMT

Harvey is looking forward to celebrating his first Christmas with his parents at home after a traumatic start to life. Emily and Chris, from Upper Cambourne, share their story in support of The Sick Children's Trust's Christmas Appeal.

I had only just started to look pregnant when my baby girl arrived 106 days early. After spending four months in hospital we finally took her home this week just in time for Christmas.

I had only just started to look pregnant when my baby girl arrived 106 days early. After spending four months in hospital we finally took her home this week just in time for Christmas.

News   •   Dec 10, 2018 16:08 GMT

Will and Vicky Simpson stayed with us at Stevenson House after Sophia was born at 24 weeks gestation weighing just 1lb 10oz. She overcame many challenges during the initial few weeks of her life and was transferred to Broomfield Hospital, closer to home, at just eight weeks old. Miraculously her parents took her home for the first time last Wednesday, which is where they will celebrate Christmas.

I’m so proud of my little heart warrior and can’t wait for our first Christmas at home as a family. But we’ll never forget The Sick Children’s Trust’s support at Christmastime last year.

I’m so proud of my little heart warrior and can’t wait for our first Christmas at home as a family. But we’ll never forget The Sick Children’s Trust’s support at Christmastime last year.

News   •   Dec 10, 2018 12:40 GMT

Mum Stacey wasn't able to spend Christmas Day with her newborn daughter Olivia, but thanks to Scott House, Olivia's Dad was with her, ensuring that she didn't wake up on her first Christmas morning alone.

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#TeamSCT - Meet Alex who is running the London Marathon for us!

#TeamSCT - Meet Alex who is running the London Marathon for us!

Blog posts   •   Apr 14, 2017 09:06 BST

Later this month, Alex will be running the Virgin Money London Marathon as part of #TeamSCT. Read why and his top training tips here.

In their words: Sasha Mitchell

In their words: Sasha Mitchell

Blog posts   •   Aug 18, 2016 12:41 BST

The Mitchell family will be abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower to fundraise for The Sick Children's Trust, as a thankyou for the help they received when daughter Rebecca was ill. Hear Rebecca's sister Sasha tell the story in her own words.

In their words: Oliver Mitchell

In their words: Oliver Mitchell

Blog posts   •   Aug 11, 2016 12:38 BST

The Mitchell family will be abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower to fundraise for The Sick Children's Trust, as a thankyou for the help they received when daughter Rebecca was ill. Hear Rebecca's brother Oliver tell the story in his own words.

In their words: Kristie Mitchell

In their words: Kristie Mitchell

Blog posts   •   Aug 04, 2016 09:22 BST

The Mitchell family will be abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower to fundraise for The Sick Children's Trust, as a thankyou for the help they received when daughter Rebecca was ill. Hear Rebecca's sister Kristie tell the story in her own words.

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Families attend CIBC Miracle Day

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Babies Oreoluwa and Johanna with their special SCT teddies!

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The O'Brien family celebrate their first Christmas at home

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Claire, Eddie and baby Eva are thrilled to at home after a difficult few months. Credit: Prima

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Ant & Dec and Alan Shearer officially open Scott House

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Watch the ITV news coverage of Scott House's official opening.

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The Naylor family's story

The Naylor family's story

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